The Thinkers Balcony, London

the thinkers balcony secret supper club london Do we ever really think about what it is we are eating and why we are eating that particular thing? Of course we think about how much we enjoy that food (hopefully), but most of the time, eating is neverRead more

Yonge Piggies

yong piggies hong kong The pig is centre of attention in Hong Kong at the moment, first with the opening and unyielding popularity of The Salted Pig, and now with Yonge Piggies, on the corner of Bonham Strand and Jervois Street. Yonge (pronounced ‘young’)Read more

Honi Honi

honi honi hong kong     Almost as fast as restaurants keep popping up, recently, more and more bars have been opening across the city, each battling to have their own unique edge, complete with a slice of that ever-prized outdoor space that most ofRead more

Wild Grass

wild grass hong kong     The global organic food craze is taking Hong Kong by storm, as more and more restaurants are seeking to provide their customers with nothing but the best quality organic food. Brand new restaurant Wild Grass on Arbuthnot RoadRead more

Spasso

spasso hong kong DiVino Group is obviously known for its Wyndham Street restaurants DiVino and Goccia, and of course newbie DiVino Patio in Wan Chai (I’m still dreaming about that burrata…), yet Spasso, one of the group's two restaurants on the ‘dark side’,Read more

Noodlemi

noodlemi hong kong     Vietnamese is one of my favourite cuisines, bursting with fresh flavours and spices, and one that somehow seems healthier than other Asian cuisines. When newly opened Noodlemi on Bonham Strand enticed me with slogans such as ‘bitemi’, ‘cravemi’Read more

Tamarind

tamarind hong kong     I was always a little bit confused by the concept behind Italian and Indian restaurant Duetto. Take away the Italian chef, replace him with Thai chef Amoo and you now have Tamarind, serving Thai, Vietnamese and Indian cuisine.Read more

Jean-Paul Hevin

jean-paul hevin hong kong Chocolate makes the world go round; without it, the world would be a very sad place. Good quality chocolate is even more essential, particularly here in Hong Kong, where, aside from a couple of reputable brands, it isn’t easy toRead more

Eating Gluten-Free is Possible in Hong Kong!

gluten free hong kong baking maniac   Although the rest of the world has been on the gluten-free bandwagon for a long time, Hong Kong has only recently become aware of diners’ dietary restrictions, and more and more restaurants these days are actually thinking about whatRead more